Ask Video – Cubase 7 101: Moving Forward with Cubase 7 [2012, ENG]

By | January 1, 2017
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Calling all Cubase users: Cubase 7 is here, and Matt Hepworth, our in-house Cubase expert has been hard at work exploring every line of code! Master all the powerful new features in this new and powerful version of this popular DAW…

Cubase 7, with its new look and tons of new and powerful features, is truly revolutionary. That’s why we brought in Steinberg Product Specialist, Matthew Hepworth, to create this 53-tutorial exploration. Learn how you can collaborate with other musicians from across town or across the globe with VST Connect. This feature lets you set up and produce a live, synched session online! Cubase 7’s new mixer, the MixConsole, has also been completely redesigned.

Routing your signal and accessing your plug-ins has never been more intuitive and elegant. Matthew also explores all the great new effects, Chord Track and Hermode tuning and shows how you can apply these cool features to your projects.

But that’s just the beginning: There is much more to discover. So make yourself comfortable and join Matt Hepworth in this tour de force of a course, Moving Forward with Cubase 7.

 

Content
1
Free Preview
Welcome to Cubase 7 (2:38)
Free Preview
2
Mouse and Modifier Keys (07:36)
3
Installation Update & 32-Bit vs 64-Bit Operation (05:17)
4
The Steinberg Hub (04:37)
5
The New Cubase 7 Color Space (02:15)
6
Double-check your Audio Interface (03:24)
7
Enabling Auto Save & Other Preferences (03:19)
8
A Word on the Control Room and Click (Metronome) (04:17)
9
The Cubase Mixer is now the MixConsole (03:53)
10
Full Screen Mode (04:12)
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MixConsole Signal Flow (05:28)
12
Using the Windows Layout (02:21)
13
Visibility and Zones (05:00)
14
Searching for Channels (02:34)
15
Searching for Tracks (01:41)
16
Searching for PlugIns (02:41)
17
Using the Racks (06:34)
18
Adding Pictures and Notes (05:01)
19
Showing & Hiding Channel Types (04:20)
20
Using the Agents (04:49)
21
Storing Channel and Rack Configurations (03:07)
22
Free Preview
Modifying Channel Width & Height (02:59)
Free Preview
23
Adding FX Channels (04:36)
24
Double-clicking Inserts and the “e” indicator (04:00)
25
A / B Compare Function (03:27)
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